CFC Ranks: Top DEFENSIVE LINEMEN of the U-20 age group (the best group?)

Over the next few weeks the ‘CFC Scouting Bureau’ (see below) will be identifying the top 18 and 19 year old players eligible to play for the Canadian National Junior team. Today we profile the top high school, CIS, CEGEP and NCAA players that play DEFENSIVE LINE.

Name / birth year / province / current team / past teams / FCC / Commitment

CFC Scouting Bureau

The Canada Football Chat (CFC) Scouting Bureau is comprised of CFC scouts, player personnel directors of Canadian National program, selected private scouts, selected CIS coaches, and contributing Provincial Sports Organizations.

Each U20 team list will focus on players that are ‘age eligible’ (1993, 1994 birth years) and are from ‘member provinces’. Currently, Football British Columbia’s membership in Football Canada is “not in good standing” and players from that province are not eligible to represent Canada at the upcoming U20 IFAF Junior Football championship.

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CFC Ranks: Top DEFENSIVE LINEMEN of the U-20 age group (the best group?)


Over the next few weeks the ‘CFC Scouting Bureau’ (see below) will be identifying the top 18 and 19 year old players eligible to play for the Canadian National Junior team. Today we profile the top high school, CIS, CEGEP and NCAA players that play DEFENSIVE LINE.

Previous Rankings

TE / H-back / FB

Receivers

Running Backs

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Name / birth year / province / current team / past teams / FCC / Commitment

NCAA PLAYERS / COMMITS


David Fennell
6’3″ 275 DE 1994 Alberta Sunset (Portland, OR) Michigan State commit
– great blood lines and skill – click here for story

Eli Ankou
DE 1993 Ontario Red Lion Academy St. Peter’s UCLA commit
– Team World member is 2012 – click here for story

Tarique Anderson
6’5″ 250 DE 1993 Ontario Fork Union (Va.) Pickering HS Delaware State commit
-Most Improved Defensive Player as a sophomore and senior at Pickering HS

Mitchell Winters
6’5″ 245 DE 1993 Ontario Our Lady of MT Carmel Miami of Ohio commit
– runs 4.7 40-yard dash and 19 reps on the bench

CIS / CJFL Players:

Daryl Waud
6’5 270 DT 1993 Ontario Western Sir Allan MacNab Team Ontario West ’10 / Team World ’12
– may be the best of this superior defensive line group

Jacob Leblanc
6’3 317 DT 1993 Nova Scotia Mount Allison J.L Isley Team Nova Scotia ’10
– will he be healthy?

Daniel Lamola
6’4 220 DE 1993 Alberta Calgary Dinos Notre Dame Pride / Hilltoppers
– great athlete

Brett Wade
6’2 275 DT 1993 Saskatchewan Regina Thunder Regina Miller Team Sask ’09, ’10
– steady, steady, steady

CEGEP Players:

Charles Rémy-Sarrazin
6’3 250 DE 1993 Quebec Edouard-Montpetit Dragons Collège St-Anne Team Québec 2010
– good motor and great use of hands

Eduard Godin-Gosselin
DE 1993 Quebec Notre-Dame Fighting Irish de St-Pat’s St-Augustin-de-Desmaures Team Québec 2009
– tackling machine for Notre-Dame

Clément Lebreux
6’4 270 DT 1993 Quebec Vanier College La Magdeleine
– can put pressure on QB from the inside

High School Players:

Quinn Horton
6’4 280 DE/DT 1994 Manitoba St. Paul’s Team Manitoba all star Simon Fraser
– most physically developed of the high school candidates

Adam Melanson
6’3 250 DE 1994 Nova Scotia Horton Team World Team Nova Scotia Champlain
– worked his way on to Team World and will be in mix to make this team

Mathieu Betts
6’2 225 DE 1994 Quebec Cactus Collège Notre-Dame Team Québec 2011
– best player in Quebec high school (juvenile) football in 2011 – size may hurt him in the American game

Troy Weissbach
6’4 270 DE 1994 Alberta Bev Facey Team World Team Alberta Alberta
– was on Team World development squad

Honorable Mentions:

Christian Covington
DT 1993 British Columbia Rice Vancouver College

Glen Jooristy
6′ 225 DE 1993 Sask Saskatchewan Huskies Riffel

Matt Kozun
6’6 285 DT 1993 Sask Saskatoon Hilltops Bishop James Mahoney

Natu Myers
6’4 270 DE/DT 1994 Ontario Glebe Ottawa Sooners Team Ontario East ’11 Queens

Marc-Antoine Ouellet
6’4 225 DT 1994 Quebec Petit Séminaire de Québec

CFC Scouting Bureau

The Canada Football Chat (CFC) Scouting Bureau is comprised of CFC scouts, player personnel directors of Canadian National program, selected private scouts, selected CIS coaches, and contributing Provincial Sports Organizations.

Each U20 team list will focus on players that are ‘age eligible’ (1993, 1994 birth years) and are from ‘member provinces’. Currently, Football British Columbia’s membership in Football Canada is “not in good standing” and players from that province are not eligible to represent Canada at the upcoming U20 IFAF Junior Football championship.

About Canadafootballchat.com

CFC is the number one national amateur football website (source: ComScore.com) and most respected source for high school and recruiting news in Canada.

About the ‘CFC Insider’

The 'CFC Insider' section is for the fan, player, coach, parent, looking for MORE. The mission of this exclusive membership section is to give more recruiting news, exclusive rankings and multi-series stories as well as coach-player instructional videos.

As a CFC INSIDER member, you will have access to:

Become a CFC Insider MEMBER today!

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